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2014 BMW M135i

One of the cars on the BMW at this year’s Geneva was the Concept M135i, a performance of the second-generation 1-Series three-door with M division upgrades to its brakes and turbocharged inline-six.

In an with BMW Blog, BMW M CEO Dr. Friedrich revealed that the M135i eventually make its way off the show and onto the roads of America, the hatchback bodystyle will be offered in Europe.

While it was originally thought the M135i would arrive as a coupe or convertible (the two confirmed for the U.S. 1-Series), a new from BMW suggests that car actually be offered as a sedan.

The BMW is to be added to the BMW 1 Series as a new high-performance, compact sedan,� BMW said in a

While it’s possible the sedan� is simply a translation we doubt the world’s largest automaker would make a gaffe. In all likelihood the M135i will stand as the U.S.’ version of the 1-Series as neither the or five-door models will be on these shores.

Whatever the style, BMW has confirmed that sales of the M135i, which boast the company’s xDrive drive system, will in July 2012. Look for the to launch in America at some in 2013.

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BMW Concept E

Concept M135i Details

The M135i features unique and performance improvements from BMW M division. The concept sports one of the M typical front end designs, the car a slightly more aggressive than its standard counterpart. air inlets add the car’s sporty but also function to feed air to the M135i’s six-cylinder engine.

Out back, BMW designers focused on the Concept M135i a wider achieved through the use of a remodeled apron finished in Dark metallic. The rear apron incorporates a double tailpipe in dark chrome.

Side capped in Ferric Grey, window surrounds in BMW Individual Gloss Shadow Line and a set of 18-inch alloy wheels out the Concept M135i exterior

BMW is keeping the exact details of M135i’s engine a secret, but the automaker does say the car uses a engine featuring M Performance Power Turbo technology, enough for output of more 300 horsepower.� In order to keep power in check, the Concept is equipped with an uprated and M sports braking system.

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